I KISSED A BOY viewers all had the same complaint about Dannii Minogue’s dating show.
The BBC dropped the first two episodes of the dating programme, which is the first of its kind in the UK.
Fans complained that the show should air every day of the week rather than only twice
It sees 10 boys looking for love come together under one roof as they move into a country house called the Masseria.
After being matched up they get straight down to business and share a kiss.
However, because the dating show is only broadcast on Sunday and Monday nights, BBC viewers have been left frustrated.
In comparison to other dating shows like Love Island on ITV, which airs every day of the week, I Kissed A Boy only airs twice a week.
The second episode ended on a dramatic cliffhanger as Bobski and Josh opted not to kiss each other and instead waited for Mikey to make a decision.
As a result, viewers are both excited and irritated because they wish the show ran every night.
Taking to Twitter to vent, one viewer wrote: “Love this show! But I just wish it was on every night.”
A second added: “I can’t cope with these cliff hangers and why isn’t the show on every night like other dating shows?”
A third penned: “I’m obsessed with this new show, but confused as to why it’s not on every week?”
A fourth complained: “Can the BBC make sure they air episodes every day so we can keep up, please!!”
A fifth wrote: “Great show just a shame that it’s not on all week.”
Previously speaking about the new show, Dannii said: “It’s something I want to do with a lot of heart and soul and do it proud and do it well.
“The whole country, whether you’re trying to go out on a date now or you’ve been on dating apps, there are so many people who are lonely, who are looking for love. So hopefully we’ll make some beautiful guys very happy.”
Viewers took to Twitter to vent their frustration
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